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5 August 2012, 13:32
The 'Can't Say No' singer says he is enjoying the community spirit of the world's biggest sporting event.
Conor Maynard says he loves how the London 2012 Olympic Games has "brought Britain" together over the past week.
The Olympic Games began a week ago in the UK capital and 19 year-old singer Conor says that, despite being too busy to watch much of the event, he loves the community spirit it has brought out in the nation.
"I've been too busy to watch much of the Olympics, but it's been amazing to see how it's brought Britain together," Conor writes in the Daily Star On Sunday today (5th August).
The 'Can't Say No' singer also revealed he will be performing live for the basketball semi-finals this coming week (10th August), after launching debut album 'Contrast' last week to a huge sales success.
"I"m thrilled to say that I'll be performing at the basketball semi-finals next Friday," Conor teased, before adding: "I was in my school team. That's not as impressive as it sounds, as only eight turned up for the trials!"
He added: "I still love watching, and the show should be great."
Check out a picture of Conor Maynard performing live at London's G-A-Y recently below (Credit: PA):
The 'Vegas Girl' singer confirmed this weekend that his Ne-Yo collaboration 'Turn Around' will serve as the third single release from his debut record, and promised he has ideas up his sleeve for the song's music video.
Conor Maynard wrapped his summer UK tour this week (1st August) with a homecoming concert in Brighton.